Mr. Fabulous’s Kareoke Duet Night and Hot Chocolate to Die For

One of my Blog Book Tour hosts, Mr. Fabulous, is having a special evening of kareoke duets with some of his peeps (his word, NOT mine) tomorrow (Sunday) night at 6:30 EST. Yours truly is showing her love for Mr. Fab and his wonderful, irreverant blog Pointless Drivel, by doing LEATHER AND LACE with him. I, like the other duet partners, pre-recorded my part to a karoeke version of the song (may I say I HATE this friggin’ song! What does ‘give to me your leather, take from me my lace’ MEAN, anyway?!) and sent it in MP3 form to Mr. Fab, who will sing along live with each song. He is either very brave or very foolish. Perhaps both.

And now for something completely different.
For the best hot chocolate ever, take two squares of Belgian chocolate (bittersweet is best), melt into a cup of milk (I prefer a tablespoon of cream cut with water – no carbs, no sugar, with the flavor of cream instead of skim milk!) in a saucepan over medium-low heat, stir it constantly with a whisk and then, when it’s melted and hot, give it an extra minute of whisking to insure the frothiest, richest hot chocolate ever. Top with whipped cream and chocolate shavings for extra decadence. Peppermint oil can be added (take a toothpick, dip it in the oil, then dip that in the hot chocolate. If you’re patient, you can also infuse a batch of chocolate beforehand by chopping it up into small pieces, adding a drop of the oil into the chocolate and stirring/shaking it to spread the oil) for some extra zing. Grated orange peel and/or cinnamon and other spices are other options.

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  2. Shame on ya Dana, biker (leather) dates Ren chick with lots of shawls (lace)…didn’t you forgot the shot of rum that also goes in that hot chocolate? Wait…thats just me. Good luck on the tour this week, the schedule is posted at my place.

  3. Your recipe will be tried with perhaps some Kahlua added. I’m going to have to give a close listen to the show tonight. Sounds like lots of fun.

  4. HAH! Thank you for explaining that stupid song for me, Kat! LORD, I got tired of the lyrics and the ‘whoooooo ooooooh’ background vocals as I did take after take …okay, about 6 total takes. Leslie, my web designer and sound tech savvy pal, is a friggin’ saint!

    Nessa, Kahlua is definitely a very good option!

  5. I love the toothpick trick. You know, it almost killed me having to read all that hot chocolate/cookie conversation in your book! Be sure and read Dana’s interview when she visits me on her blog book tour tomorrow:

    Cheers to chocolate,


  6. There WAS a bad connection – I left the ‘o’ out of ‘com.’ D’oh!!!!!

    Dani, always have chocolate on hand when reading a mystery novel. At least one of mine! Heh.

    Janna…this is a GOOD craving! More hot chocolate! And I need to hear the duets!

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